Lyndie Haddock-Eppich posted a double-double as #1 BYU swept Loyola Marymount on a night filled with WCC action.
BYU rolled through Pacific while Portland was upended by Pepperdine to now sit as the lone unbeaten in the WCC.
BYU will be challenged by San Diego once again but heads into 2018 as the WCC favorite.
BYU is the unanimous choice to win the West Coast Conference in the league’s preseason poll.
Olivia Petnicki becomes the fifth Pacific player to transfer, as she now joins North Texas for 2018.
Former Pacific middle blocker Ashlyn Fleming is headed to Illinois via transfer for 2018.
All-WCC honorable mention S/OH Andie Shelton has left Pacific to transfer to Duke for 2018.
2017 All-WCC First-Team outside hitter Emily Baptista is headed to USC for 2018 along with a few other former WCC faces.
North Carolina will add a new player to its 2018 huddle with their third incoming transfer to offset a host leaving the program.
The Pacific Athletics Hall of Fame, which is now made up of 250 individuals and 29 teams, welcomed Wendy Woolgar (women’s soccer), Natalie Dorr (women’s soccer), Kara Gormsen (women’s volleyball), Sarah Marshall (women’s swimming), Eddie Wisniewski (men’s water polo), Wendy Crain (field hockey), Adi Kramer (men’s tennis) along with the 2000 women’s volleyball team.